North Texas Greyhound Bus Crash Kills 1, Injures At Least 16
At approximately 5:30 a.m. Sunday morning on Interstate 30 westbound in Arlington, TX, a Greyhound bus crash into a disabled passenger vehicle killed one occupant, seriously hurt the other, and injured at least 15 passengers riding on the bus.
According to authorities, the Greyhound, on its way to Amarillo from Dallas, had 40 passengers and 1 driver onboard at the time of the bus accident.
While the cause of the accident remains under investigation, the fact remains that regardless of what took place this bus should not have struck a disabled vehicle. Period.
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If you or a loved one were affected by this tragic bus accident, contact one of our experienced Greyhound bus accident lawyers today for a free, confidential consultation.